All This and Rabbit Stew is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on September 20, 1941 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by an uncredited Tex Avery, with musical supervision by Carl W. Stalling The cartoon was the final Avery-directed Bugs Bunny short to be released. Although it was produced before The Heckling Hare (after the production of which Avery was suspended... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bugs Bunny, All This and Rabbit Stew, Censored Eleven, Merrie Melodies, cartoons, stereotypes
A short movie of mine... Story: A subject was put in a blank room. Someday, he sees a woman -that's something impossible, that someone passes through this room- and goes after her and discovers a way out of the room.... Topic: lego room oda animation white human robot subject erim birol byroll
A 3D Test of looping animation with a subject from Half-Life 2, experimenting on looping animation and moving the subject across the screen. The Strider Model, Texture and Walking Animation belongs to Valve Software who created Half-Life 2. The HDRI Lighting and background is of my own.
"Under the overwatch, Conformity is a means of survival. Those who fail to act, speak, and even dress properly are subject to review and termination by the overwatch civil protection services. to be unique, is to invite death. But rebellion can also inspire change, and even love." - from the LitFuse website, http://litfusefilms.com/movies/summerincity17/. Topics: Lit Fuse Films, Half-Life 2, Valve Software, Scott, Zachariah
The Praetor, a high-ranking Covenant general, is brought before the Council to be interrogated after he rushed in to investigate a signal he believed was coming from the ancient Forerunner structure known as The Codex. His failure to alert the proper religious authorities made him the subject of great suspicion, but he is able to prove himself innocent of malicious intent. Due to his ledgendary skill, he is given command of the invasion of the planet Ariaos II and the capture of The Codex.... Topics: The Codex, Codex, Halo, Machinima
Unsettling cartoon: charming at first, it grows frightening along the way. Quite modern in style and subject. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0012123/ ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cartoon, Winsor McCay, monster movie, silent film
This short animated Super 8mm film was a high school English project from the early 1970's. In the style of Walter Cronkite's "You Are There" shows, a reporter goes back in time to interview William Shakespeare, in an effort to understand the inspiration of the play Romeo and Juliet. We played the subject a little on the broad side. Mostly going for the laughs. Still we covered most of the points we learned in class about Romeo and Juliet. We walked away with an "A" for our... Topics: Stop Motion Animation, Animation, Puppets, Super 8mm, Sound, William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet,...
Bosko the Doughboy is a one-reel 1931 short subject animated cartoon, part of the Bosko series. It was directed by Hugh Harman, and first released on October 17, 1931 as part of the Looney Tunes series from the Leon Schlesinger animation studio and distributed by Warner Brothers. The cartoon is usually considered one of the better Hugh Harman Bosko cartoons.-From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosko_the_Doughboy ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Warner Bros, Merrie Melodies, Looney Tunes, Bosko, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig
Wikipedia - The Milky Way is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres in 1940 by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer. The short, produced and directed by Rudolf Ising with musical supervision by Scott Bradley, explores the adventures of the "three little kittens who lost their mittens", as they explore a dreamland where space is made up entirely of dairy products (for example, the Milky Way is made of milk and the moon is made of cheese).
Panspermia is the name for the theory that life exists and is distributed throughout the universe in the form of germs or spores. This short computer animation places the viewer in the middle of a virtual world of an aggressively reproducing inter-galactic life form, and depicts a single life cycle of this unusual self propagating system. Original software was used to create and animate forests of 3D plant structures. "Artificial evolution" techniques were used to interactively select... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: animation, computer graphics, evolution, plant simulation, galaxy, planet
Sarge introduces Simmons and Grif to their newest vehicle, disputedly called the Warthog. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: rooster teeth, bungie, microsoft, halo: red vs. blue, red vs. blue: episode 02 - red gets a delivery
Go vegan. It's better for you, for the planet, and, most importantly, it's the morally right thing to do. http://www.veganpamphlet.com Join our abolitionist vegan page http://www.facebook.com/livevegan ( 6 reviews ) Topics: meat, eaters, human, go, vegan
Following in the footsteps of Max Fleischer, Tex Avery, and Chuck Jones, "Brother, Can You Spare A Job?" is an original, fully-animated look at the underbelly of Bush's economy which juxtaposes a depression-era style with modern-day quotes from Presidential radio addresses. http://www.iwilldestroyyou.com http://www.thetalentshow.org ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Animation, Economy, Politics
"Potentior" was written and directed by Nicholas Werner, a Stanford student in film & media studies. He is also part of the How They Got Game group at the Stanford Humanities Laboratory. This ambitious movie traces the events of the final major battle in the Gallic Wars, the epic struggle between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix focused on the siege of the fortified town of Alesia. At over 40 minutes in length, the movie can afford to dwell on many details and stratetic aspects of... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Rome: Total War, Creative Assembly, Werner, Nicholas
This is another banned cartoon. I originally seen this one on "The Wonderful World of Disney." This one is from my Banned Media Library. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Banned Cartoons, Animated, Cartoons, Banned material, Disney Studios
A predatory reptile makes a cute pet when it's young, but can it be fun to eat from a can instead of catching food on the hoof? And what if the owner gives up trying to care properly for it? Only really well prepared people can take care of an adult exotic pet well enough to give it a pleasant life. ( 9 reviews ) Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001